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    E 1999 eternal..that was the CD with crossroads on it lol
    no more albums like the 36 no more

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    yeah , ur right. haha , the album before that one that I was talking about was faces of death.

    I think bone just came with a real original formula though that wasnt that hard to stumble onto. idk. That flow was bound to happen at some point.

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    yeah, its weird how after that deal or whatever they all make songs about it lol i guess it could be part of the deal, who knows
    no more albums like the 36 no more

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    I wouldnt be tellin nobody that kinda shit. Thats something you aint supposed to talk about.

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    yeah i'd be kind of ashamed i had to go to that length to get something like fame or whatever, but at the same time, we have great music today in johnson and bone thugs cuz of that shit lol
    no more albums like the 36 no more

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    robert johnson is the greatest of all time.

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    Don't forget Skip James, Blind Lemon Jefferson and Charlie Patton.

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